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  • SF Beer Week in the Tri-Valley SF Beer Week is a collection of events throughout the Bay Area celebrating craft beer and the craft beer community. The Tri-Valley is a haven for beer-lovers and is incredibly proud of its own growing craft beer scene. Check out what all the buzz is about- here are the […]

  • Valentine’s Day in the Tri-Valley The Tri-Valley is naturally romantic, featuring award-winning restaurants to wine and dine in, gorgeous views to take in, and a ton of fun things to do around town. Whether you’re trying to woo your boo, entertain your little ones, or have a night out with your Palentines, the Tri-Valley has […]

  • Tri-Valley Holiday Events Guide There’s no dashing through the snow in the Tri-Valley, but there is plenty of holiday cheer to go around. Pick between live holiday performances, ugly sweater cocktail strolls, wine-fueled tours of the Tri-Valley’s bright lights, and more.  LumiNight Festival November, 29th – February 2nd | Alameda county fairgrounds Bring your family […]

  • In search of a vegan-friendly way to satisfy your sweet tooth? From creamy cheesecake to melt-in-your-mouth chocolate, the region is earning brownie points among plant-based foodies. Whether you have a restricted diet or just want to try something new, the Tri-Valley is proving that you can have your (vegan) cake … and eat it too. […]

  • Touring the Tri-Valley There is so much to see while visiting the Tri-Valley, whether it be its up-and-coming craft beer scene, its gorgeous outdoor areas, or its long-standing Wine Country. Take advantage of tours offered in our area that help make exploring the Tri-Valley easy and fun!  Livermore Wine Trolley If you’re looking to explore the Livermore […]

  • Move over, kiddos! Here are a couple of summer treat recipes with an adult-spin to help the grownups beat the summer heat.

  • A collection of urban wineries, a brewery and a distillery on the corner of South Vasco Road and Research Drive in Livermore Valley Wine country has recently been dubbed “The Block 37.” Jeff Cranor, owner of Nottingham Cellars, describes the area as, “A one-stop-shop district of Livermore, where wine and beer lovers could spend a […]

  • Thirty miles east of San Francisco, the Eugene O’Neill National Historic Site pays tribute to a truly unique individual: the first American playwright to receive the Nobel Prize for Literature, and the winner of four Pulitzer Prizes. The heart of the property, the Tao House, is remarkable, too, since it was the famously vagabond playwright’s […]

  •   The Blackhawk Museum’s Newest Exhibit: Into China The Blackhawk Museum is known for their extensive automotive gallery, but many are unaware that the institution’s collected works have grown to include a variety of culturally specific galleries over the years. The Spirit of the Old West highlights American history on the Western frontier, the Art […]

  • Are you ready to shop ’til you drop? The San Francisco Premium Outlets is California’s largest outlet mall, hosting 180 designer and brand-name outlet stores and serving millions of shoppers from around the world every year. But for those who opt for smaller shops over chain stores, you’re in luck. Tri-Valley is also home to […]

  • Waived Corkage Fees? Why Not! Wine & Dine Tri-Valley-style gives a special shout-out to our restaurants whose wine lists always include local wines from Livermore Valley. And we’re giving extra love to those restaurants who waive the corkage fee, with this symbol (⇒), when patrons bring in their own bottle of local, Livermore Valley wine. Limit 2 […]

  • Looking for the perfect place to brunch? Let’s us give you a helping hand with our top four spots across the Tri-Valley. You know what they say, “Brunch is always a good idea.” It’s time to get your friends and family together and make your way to one of these locations! Sideboard Neighborhood Kitchen & […]

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